Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Presumably human, other attributes unrevealed

Occupation: Assassin

Group membership: None known

Affiliations: His unnamed mistress, the directors of the Paladin Corporation (Leonard, Michael, Ken, George, last names unrevealed)

Enemies: Elektra, the directors of the Paladin Corporation

Known Relatives: The fact that Anger had a mistress implies that he had a wife, but this is unconfirmed.

Aliases: None known

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: (Mentioned only) Elektra II#28 (December, 2003)

Powers/Abilities: Anger was presumably a skilled assassin, implying that he might have been a weapons expert and/or in peak human condition; it is not known whether or not he possessed superhuman powers. His codename suggests that he may have been a particularly violent opponent.

History: Nothing is known about Anger's history save that he had a mistress and was employed as an assassin by the four corporate power brokers who direct the Paladin Corporation.

(Elektra II#28 - BTS) Anger went to work for the Paladin Corporation and at some point told his mistress who his employers were.

(Elektra II#28 - BTS) After four assassinations for the Paladin Corporation, Anger was targeted for assassination himself in keeping with the corporation's policy of "redlining" hitmen after four jobs.

(Elektra II#28 - BTS; between Elektra II#22 and #23) Under orders from the Paladin Corporation, master assassin Elektra Natchios targeted and killed Anger, the first of four jobs in their employ.

(Elektra II#28 - BTS) Weeks after Anger's death, his mistress contacted the Paladin Corporation and inquired as to his whereabouts.

(Elektra II#28) The power brokers planned to bribe Anger's mistress into silence and, failing that, to have her assassinated, but they were themselves killed by Elektra because one of them, Ken, had ordered Elektra's death after she too had performed four assassinations for them.

Comments: Created by Rod Rodi.

Profile by Ronald Byrd.

Clarifications: Anger should not be confused with:

Elektra II#28 (December, 2003) - Robert Rodi (writer), John Miesegaes (editor)

Last updated: 01/24/04

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